Canada and China are pursuing advanced nuclear reactor designs with enhanced safety and improved performance. The majority of design work focuses on the Gen-III (or Gen-III+) type of nuclear reactors, but an increasing effort has been invested in the new Gen-IV concepts and small reactors. Canada and China have been collaborating in nuclear research and development (R&D) to advance technologies such as advanced fuel cycle, fuel development, materials, thermalhydraulics, and reactor safety. The 2014 Canada-China Conference on Advanced Reactor Development (CCCARD-2014) is aimed at providing a forum for discussion of advances and issues, sharing information and technology transfer, and establishing future collaborations on advanced nuclear reactor R&D between Canadian and Chinese research organizations.
The CCCARD-2014 will be of interest to those involved in advanced nuclear reactors design and R&D related to fuel, materials, chemistry, corrosion, thermalhydraulics, and safety analyses at organizations in Canada and China. The official language of CCARD-2014 is English.
Call for Papers announcement (Oct. 30 2013)
Use the following Microsoft Word templates:
Submit abstracts and papers on line at https://www.softconf.com/d/cccard2014/.
To help with planning, authors are kindly asked to log on to the electronic submission system and input the title and main author of their planned paper even before making the full submission.
|Submission of paper abstracts (Extended)||Nov. 18, 2013|
|Acceptance/author notification (Extended)||Nov. 29, 2013|
|Draft paper submission||Jan. 06, 2014|
|Comments on draft paper sent to authors||Jan. 31, 2014|
|Final paper submission||Feb. 25, 2014|
|CCCARD-2014||Apr. 27, 2014|
Final program for CCCARD-2014 is available here.
A tour of the Liburdi Engineering, the NRCan CANMET-Materials Laboratory and the McMaster Research Reactor has been organized on 2014 May 1. Participants interested in the tour of McMaster Research Reactor must complete the visitor information card (download here). Those interested in the tour of the NRCan CANMET-Materials Laboratory must provide a copy of their passport photo page with their company name by 2014 April 1 for processing the visitor pass.
Click HERE to register for the 2014 Canada-China Conference on Advanced Reactor Development (CCCARD-2014).
|Registration||Before 2014 Feb. 2||After 2014 Feb. 1|
|Nov. 18, 2013||Submission of abstracts (Extended)|
|Nov. 29, 2013||Notification of paper acceptance sent to authors (Extended)|
|Jan. 06, 2014||Draft paper submission|
|Jan. 31, 2014||Comments on draft paper to authors|
|Feb. 01, 2014||Early-Bird Registration Deadline|
|Feb. 25, 2014||Final paper submission|
|Apr. 05, 2014||Hotel reservation for CNS Room Block|
|Apr. 27, 2014||CCCARD-2014|
|May 01, 2014||Technical tour|
Suggest booking flight to Toronto Pearson airport in Canada. Niagara Airbus runs scheduled trips from Toronto Pearson airport to Niagara Falls. Please check the link for schedule and price. Chinese booking screen is available by clicking the Chinese flag above the “Log In/Register” button of the booking screen.
Insert the discount code “170” at the Conference/Promo code to get the conference-participant discount (automatically calculated after entering the code). The code is valid for travel from April 20 – May 9th.
If there are any issues to book the trip, call the reservations line at 905-374-8111 or email any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org (provide the code to the reservation staff and get the discounted rate).
Note: Please do not travel through Buffalo airport in US, unless necessary, as a valid US visa is required to land at the airport and a valid Canadian visa is required to travel from Buffalo in US to Niagara Falls in Canada.
The train arrives at the Union Station in Toronto. Need to transfer to GO TRANSIT from Toronto to Niagara Falls. Please check VIA Canada for schedule and price.
Please check Greyhound Canada for schedule and price.
Room Reservations at the Niagara Falls Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa: